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Australian Government, Media Companies Challenge Tech Giants Over Sharing Ad Revenue
May 22, 2020

Australian Government, Media Companies Challenge Tech Giants Over Sharing Ad Revenue

By Joshua Mcdonald
As tech giants rose, newsrooms suffered.
The Disproportionate Effect of COVID-19 on Migrant Workers in ASEAN
May 22, 2020

The Disproportionate Effect of COVID-19 on Migrant Workers in ASEAN

By Camille Bismonte
Thailand, Singapore, and Vietnam approached the intertwined issues of COVID-19 and migrant workers quite differently.

His Story Never Died: An Interview With Arn Chorn-Pond
May 20, 2020

His Story Never Died: An Interview With Arn Chorn-Pond

By Arpita Mitra
As Cambodia observes its National Day of Remembrance, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge era shares his story.

An Idul Fitri Unlike Any Other in COVID-19 Challenged Indonesia
May 20, 2020

An Idul Fitri Unlike Any Other in COVID-19 Challenged Indonesia

By Erin Cook
The mudik ban will keep many Indonesian Muslims from traveling for a holiday usually celebrated back home.

Hong Kong Needs to Defend Its Education System
May 19, 2020

Hong Kong Needs to Defend Its Education System

By Chauncey Jung
The self-autonomous city’s education system is the latest battleground to resist China’s influence campaign.
Distance Learning During the COVID-19 Lockdown in India
May 19, 2020

Distance Learning During the COVID-19 Lockdown in India

By Vishal Arora
An Indian tutor teaches from her balcony with kids sitting a floor below

Sports Behind Closed Doors: Lessons from the Koreas
May 19, 2020

Sports Behind Closed Doors: Lessons from the Koreas

By Layne Vandenberg
Post-COVID sports may resemble the October 2019 FIFA World Cup Qualifier between the men’s national teams from North and South Korea.
The Hurting Heroes: The COVID-19 Crisis and Overseas Filipino Workers
May 18, 2020

The Hurting Heroes: The COVID-19 Crisis and Overseas Filipino Workers

By Mary Manlangit
Filipinos around the world are contending with the impact of COVID-19.

Post-War Sri Lanka: Fractured and Unjust for Tamils
May 15, 2020

Post-War Sri Lanka: Fractured and Unjust for Tamils

By Visvajit Sriramrajan
More than a decade after the Mullivaikkal massacre, Tamils remain heavily discriminated against by a state that has yet to reckon with its violent past.

Yoshifumi Kondo, Studio Ghibli’s Forgotten Master
May 15, 2020

Yoshifumi Kondo, Studio Ghibli’s Forgotten Master

By Kiran Mohandas Menon
25 years after its release, Kondo’s solitary contribution to the revered Studio Ghibli canon remains much beloved.

Investigating Dam Collapse a Test for Uzbekistan
May 14, 2020

Investigating Dam Collapse a Test for Uzbekistan

By Catherine Putz
How the Uzbek government handles the investigation of the dam collapse matters.
The Trouble With Linking COVID-19 to Japan’s Hikikomori
May 14, 2020

The Trouble With Linking COVID-19 to Japan’s Hikikomori

By Tadasu Takahashi
The mental health issue is already poorly understood; now its role in the public imagination is shifting again.

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